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|Author||García, B., ; Melville, R., ; Cox, T.,|
|Title||Creating an Impact: Liverpool’s Experience as European Capital of Culture|
Garcia, B., Melville, R. and Cox, T. (2010) Creating an Impact: Liverpool’s Experience as European Capital of Culture. Liverpool: Impacts08.
|Keywords||European Capital of Culture; Urban regeneration; Cultural events; Impact studies; Longitudinal
|Link to article|| http://iccliverpool.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/GarciaEtal2010Creating_an_Impact-Impacts08.pdf
|Abstract||This report is a summary of the key findings of Impacts 08, a programme evaluating the impacts of Liverpool, European Capital of Culture 2008 (Liverpool ECoC) on the city, wider region and its people.
The Liverpool ECoC programme had a total income of £130 million over six years, the highest of any European Capital of Culture to date. The five themes of the research programme were: ‘Cultural access and participation’, ‘Economic and tourism impacts’, ‘Cultural vibrancy and sustainability’, ‘Image and perceptions’, ‘Governance and delivery process’.
|Metodology||The longitudinal impact analysis of the Liverpool ECoC as delivered by a wide range of stakeholders, covered: - retrospectively Liverpool’s pre-bid period (2000), - bidding and nomination stages (2002-2003), - event lead-up (2004-2007), -event year itself (2008) - and beyond (early 2009). Multidisciplinary analysis combined: – The identification and mapping over time of a series of indicators (clustered around the five themes of the research programme) – In-depth interviews with key stakeholders about the ideas and development of the Liverpool ECoC; from public, private and community sectors and from policy, culture and regeneration backgrounds – A media impact analysis from 1996-2009 – Local area studies which focused on the experiences of local people in diverse parts of the city from 2006-2008 – The development of in-depth studies, both quantitative and qualitative, in response to themes and issues that arose during the research programme – The regular assessment of secondary data collected by partners and other agencies, as well as data from external sources in the region and the rest of the UK. - Multidisciplinary study
||Technique||Interview; Questionnaire; Construction of indicators; Desk research|